McCormack Intellectual Property Law PS

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McCormack
Intellectual Property Law PS
 

McCormack Intellectual Property Law is one of the most dynamic and cost-effective copyright litigation, trademark litigation, patent litigation and trade secret litigation firms in the greater Seattle area. Founded by attorney Timothy B. Mc
Size of Organization: 1
Main Office: Seattle, Washington
Web Site: http://www.mccormacklegal.com

Telephone: (206) 381-8888
Fax: (206) 381-1988



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McCormack Intellectual Property Law / Business Law is a Seattle-based technology business and intellectual property law firm working in all areas of patent, trademark, copyright and unfair competition law. In this regard, represent clients before the United States Patent and Trademark Office; we litigate disputes concerning intellectual property rights in both Federal and State court; and we provide counseling in all matters relating to intellectual property law and business law. Additionally, we provide strategic planning, patent and trademark portfolio management / development, domestic and international technology licensing, patent position competitive analysis, technology and collaboration agreements, technology audits, due diligence studies, cease and desist letters, and invalidity / noninfringement opinions. We represent individual inventors, artists, emerging technology companies, and mature multinational corporations in matters relating to the procurement and enforcement of domestic and foreign intellectual property rights.

We recognize that each of our clients' needs are unique. Thus, we adhere to an individualized approach whereby the needs of each client are addressed in accordance with their particular business objectives. In our individualized approach, each client is matched with a principal attorney who directly manages and is responsible for the legal services provided by the firm. The principal attorney is generally, and from time to time, assisted by other attorneys and paralegals with complementary skills and experience. In this way, we ensure that our clients intellectual property objectives are appropriately exploited in relation to projected attorney costs and expenses.

Our attorneys form a dynamic and collegial team of licensed professionals who enjoy the practice of technology, business and intellectual property law. The attorneys affiliated with our law firm are among the most experienced technology and intellectual property practitioners in the Pacific Northwest. Each of our attorneys is committed to representing our clients interests with the highest degree of ethical integrity and competence. You are invited to learn more about our attorneys and the legal services that we have to offer you or your organization.



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The “Occupy” and “Tea Party” Agree to Not Steal Copyrights in a “Post-Greed” or “Pro-IP” Era
Timothy B. McCormack, April 28, 2014
The “occupy movement” and the “tea-party caucus” seem to agree on one thing: jobs matter. Although the two groups and their respective pundits will bicker about each other like an old married couple, the United States appears on the verge of a “post-greed” era,...

The American Invents Act New Risks for Seattle Businesses
Timothy B. McCormack, April 24, 2014
On September 16, 2011 President Obama signed into law the Leahy-Smith Patent Reform Act, also called The American Invents Act.

Senate Passes Patent Reform Bill (H.R. 1249) — What It Means for Seattle Businesses
Timothy B. McCormack, April 3, 2014
On September 8, 2011 the Senate approved the “America Invents Act” (Act) in an 89-9 vote. The Act now awaits President Obama’s signature to become law.






 

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